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Hello, I have recently moved to the DFW area to begin my career as a quantitative analyst for a large company–and to be honest, I miss teaching/tutoring. I have extensive experience as a teacher and a tutor. As an undergraduate student, I was a supplemental instructor for economics and tutored in math. I continued to tutor on the side in graduate school while I studied economics and was also a teacher’s assistant for economics courses. I have a strong background in mathematics and economi…

Hello, I have recently moved to the DFW area to begin my career as a quantitative analyst for a large company–and to be honest, I miss teaching/tutoring. I have extensive experience as a teacher and a tutor. As an undergraduate student, I was a supplemental instructor for economics and tutored in math. I continued to tutor on the side in graduate school while I studied economics and was also a teacher’s assistant for economics courses. I have a strong background in mathematics and economi…

" city="Dallas" state="TX" postalcode="75205" country="US" ]Subject | Comment |
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algebra 1 | |

algebra 2 | |

calculus | |

prealgebra | |

statistics | |

economics | I majored in economics and mathematics and was a teacher's assistant in microeconomics and macroeconomics for almost four years. I also have completed a year of economics courses in graduate school. I have extensive experience in economics and teaching economics. |

probability | |

discrete math | I double majored in economics and mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I received an A in my Discrete Mathematics course and a GPA average higher than 3.5 in my mathematics courses. |

econometrics | I have taken 6 econometrics courses: two at the University of Arkansas (both A's), two at the London School of Economics (both B's) and two PhD level econometrics courses at Michigan State University of Arkansas (earning a 3.5 out of 4 on both courses). I have tutored people in econometrics and have written a thesis that has used panel-data regression techniques. |

linear algebra | I majored in mathematics in college, passed my linear algebra course, have tutored people in linear algebra, and have learned more complex linear algebra techniques in my PhD-level economics class called "math camp". Also, I have taken PhD level econometrics classes that extensively use matrix algebra, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and vector spaces. |

logic | I majored in mathematics in college. I took a discrete math course that used truth tables and we learned basic mathematical proof concepts. I made an A in the course. Furthermore, I took an Introduction to Mathematical Proof class where we learned all proof methods: direct proof, indirect proofs (by induction, contrapositive, contradiction). I also made an A in this class. My graduate coursework in economics used many proofs borrowed from Real Analysis as well. |

finite math | I majored in mathematics at the University of Arkansas, earning above a 3.5 average in my math classes. I have not taken finite math per se, but I took discrete mathematics and many statistics class--all of which I earned an A. I am extremely familiar with finite math, as it borrows heavily from coursework that I have taken (permutations/combinations, etc) |